Aston Martin

24th March 2020

More Details on Aston Martin’s V6 for Hybrid Valhalla

Aston Martin says its in-house built V6 ICE planned for the hybrid powertrain of the upcoming Valhalla hypercar will be Euro 7 compliant. The gasoline 3.0-liter motor is expected...

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12th February 2020

Aston Martin Roadster Shows Tech Trumps Performance

Once upon a time, a hot rag-top sportscar was all about its outright performance but now the standout acceleration time people talk about the new Aston Martin Vantage Roadster...

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21st November 2019

Aston Martin Chooses China for First SUV Debut

Aston Martin chose to launch its first SUV in the BEV powerhouse of China hoping the market’s passion for off-road ability will ‘sell’ its ICE powertrain technology. Yet, the...

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5th November 2019

Aston Martin Superbike Revealed

Just 100 lucky motorcyclists will get the chance to own Aston Martin’s first two wheel performance machine. Fitting dubbed the AMB 001, the vehicle is a collaboration between the...

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24th October 2019

Aston Martin Moves Onto Two Wheels

Two icons of the motoring world have teamed up to see the Aston Martin winged badge for the first time adorning a motorcycle. The British carmaker says it has...

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1st October 2019

Auto Sport Icon Launches EV Powertrain Center

One of the iconic names of motorsport is has opened a powertrain development center aimed squarely at racing electrified powertrains. Prodrive, famed for its auto sport tuning expertise and...

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14th June 2019

Le Mans Lops Hybrid Power for 2021

In a bid to reduce costs for race teams, the iconic Le Mans endurance race will demand lower performance from hybrid powertrains. Its new regulations will see a downgrade of...

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9th May 2019

Polestar Chooses UK’s Auto Heartlands For R&D Push

The UK’s automotive heartlands have been selected as the base for a new research and development center for Volvo’s premium EV brand, Polestar. The center has been opened in...

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11th April 2019

Porsche Ramps Up Its Innovation Strategy

When you think of innovation, Porsche may not be the first car company that comes to mind. The 88-year-old company, which has its less than auspicious roots in the...

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11th March 2019

Weekly Brief: Geneva Snoozes on Connectivity At Its Peril

This year’s Geneva International Motor Show is heavy on cars but light on connectivity. By “light” I mean that you could walk from one side of the exhibition floor...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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Weekly Brief: Lyft Files for Massive IPO, Steals Spotlight From Geneva
4th March 2019

Weekly Brief: Lyft Files for Massive IPO, Steals Spotlight From Geneva

The Geneva Motor Show that starts this Thursday, March 7, is famous for turning heads with concept cars, prototypes and street-ready vehicles for the European market. This year’s show...

Andrew Tolve

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1st March 2019

Aston Martin Valkyrie Tops 1,160bhp With Hybrid Boost

As if the Aston Martin Valkyrie’s 1,000bhp naturally aspirated V12 engine wasn’t enough power, the British manufacturer has now strapped a hybrid system to it pushing total output to...

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